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The article proposes a scalable protocol for replication management in large-scale replicated systems. The protocol organizes sites and data replicas into a tree-structured, hierarchical cluster architecture. The basic idea of the protocol is to accomplish the complex task of updating replicated...
The concept of serializability has been the traditionally accepted correctness criterion in database systems. However in multidatabase systems (MDBSs), ensuring global serializability is a difficult task. The difficulty arises due to the heterogeneity of the concurrency control protocols used by...
Object-relational database management systems allow knowledgeable users to define new data types as well as new methods (operators) for the types. This flexibility produces an attendant complexity, which must be handled in new ways for an object-relational database management system to be...
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